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Indicative and Imperative Planning (in Hindi)
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Types of Planning

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Aartee Mishra
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  1. Daily Lecture Series Ramesh Singh's A brief Summary of Indian-Economy unacadeny By Aartee Mishra Ec nomic Planning Hindi

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  3. Types of Planning V After the first national planning was started by the Soviet Union, many more countries followed it, but with variations in their methods and practices V Planning has been classified into two types, based upon the type of economic system prevalent in the country V Imperative Planning The planning process followed by the state economies (i.e., the socialist or communist) is known as the imperative planning. Such planning is also called as directive or target planning Numerical (i.e., quantitative) targets of growth and development are set by the plan As the state controls the ownership rights over the resources, it is very much possible to realise the above-cited planned targets

  4. Imperative Planning Almost no role for the market, no price mechanism with all economic decisions to be taken in the centralised way by the state/government No private participation in the economy, only the state plays the economic Indicative Planning In the following two decades after the soviet planning commenced, the role idea of planning got attention from the democratic world. A time came when some such economies started national planning As they were neither state economies nor communist/socialist political systems, the nature of their planning was different from the command economies Such planning has been termed as indicative planning by economists and experts. The identifying features of indicative planning may be summed up as under

  5. Indicative Planning 1. Every economy following the indicative planning were mixed economies 2. Unlike a centrally planned economy (countries following imperative planning) indicative planning works through the market (price system) rather than replaces it.15 3. Side by side setting numerical/quantitative targets (similar to the practice in the imperative planning) a set of economic policies of indicative nature is also announced by the economies to realise the plan targets 4. The indicative nature of economic policies, which are announced in such planning, basically encourage or discourage the private sector in its process of economic decision making

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